Maserati Mexico 4.7-- 35,000 miles--complete mechanical restoration

1971 Maserati Other

Make: Maserati
Model: Other
Type: Coupe
Year: 1971
Mileage: 35,000
VIN: 112/10xx
Color: blue
Engine: 4.7
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: cream
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Boston, Massachusetts, United States
power steering, Air Conditioning, Power Windows
borannis, Leather Seats

Description for Maserati Other 1971

Maserati Mexico--Collector owned-- one of only 175 with the big 4.7 enginepower steering a/c--very original-with no modification. Extensive mechanical reconditioningincluding rebuild of fuel system --clean boil fuel tanks--rebuild of carbs--brake system rebuilt.
The Mexico rides on correct borranis and new tires. All gages work properly and theelectric system has been thoroughly sorted.
The Mexico comes with Jack and tool roll.
Bidders are encouraged to inspect before bidding. We would be happy to arrange domestic shippingwith Passport transport or overseas shipping and can arrange such.

The Maserati Mexico's design derived from a 2+2 prototype bodywork shown on theVignalestand at the October 1965Salone di Torino[2]and built upon a 4.9-litre5000 GTchassis,[3]rebodied after it had been damaged. As the car after the show was sold to Mexican presidentAdolfo López Mateos, the model became known as the Mexico.[4]By coincidence,John Surteeswon theMexican Grand Prixon aCooper-Maserati T81the following year.[4]Vignale's prototype was so well received that Maserati immediately made plans to put a version into production.

The production Maserati Mexico debuted in August 1966 at the 20° Concorso internazionale di eleganza per auto inRimini,[5]while its international première was at the OctoberParis Motor Show. It was built on the first generationQuattroportechassis with a wheelbase shortened by 11cm (4.3in).

Originally powered by a 4.7-litre 90° V8 fed by four twin-choke 38 DCNL5Weber carburetorsthat produced 290bhp, the car managed to turn out a top speed between 240–250km/h (149–155mph). In 1969, however, contrary to Maserati tradition, the Mexico was also made available with a smaller engine, the 4.2-litre V8 engine.